On September 3, 20 startups from the GITA co-financing grant program were announced by the Innovation and Technology Agency of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development.
On June 18, Caucasus University hosted an informative meeting about Seedstars Tbilisi 2019.
On November 14, the first Georgian Crown Funding platform InvestMe was held in the Presidential Palace. A co-founder of InvestMe is a student of Caucasus University Zuka Kazalikashvili.
On November 8, the organizers of the startup contest Kick Challenge held an informative meeting in the Caucasus University campus.
On October 13, the startup accelerator of Caucasus University, C10, took part in Start in Georgia 2018 exhibition, where guests had access to one of C10’s AR (Augmented Reality).
On July 6, Caucasus University played host to a representative of Glasgow Caledonian University Mr. Pablo Alonso
On June 27-29 a Start-up week was held in Zugdidi.
On June 15-17, school event Start-up Weekend Youth Tbilisi in which almost 50 pupils participated was held.